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to operation football. >> let's head to the social media segment tonight. the selfies of the night. >> lena girl, took a selfie with her mom, she is the aunt of.green valley high's dial sksa pronunciation. we'll see you tomorrow and in the meantime, some more scores from the around the valley. [ cheers and applause ] ?? >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- martin short and steve martin.
and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 559, fresno! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ?? ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, hey, everybody. welcome! welcome! please enjoy yourself. welcome, welcome. thank you for being here. thank you, thank you, thank you. hot crowd, hot new york city crowd! [ cheers and applause ] you got style, baby. welcome to "the tonight show." thank you so much for being here.
home. i appreciate that. here's what people are talking about. last night, the chicago cubs won game two of the world series. [ cheers ] that's right, to tie it up, 1-1. yeah, it's all tied up, which are the scariest words americans can hear two weeks before the election. "i think the election" -- [ laughter ] [ trump voice ] "i think the election should [ laughter ] "rigged!" this is crazy, though. i saw that tickets to world series games in chicago this weekend cost over $2,000 and even the bars near wrigley field have a $250 cover charge. cubs fans are like, "i think i liked it better when we were losing. can't afford to get a beer!" [ cheers and applause ] the last time the chicago cubs
was a guy named mordecai "three finger" brown. [ laughter ] it's true. he only has three fingers on his throwing hand from a farm machinery accident. well, we dug into the "the tonight show" baseball card collection and found some of his teammates from 1908. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: it's very interesting. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: check these guys out. third base, they had clarence "big ear" monroe. [ laughter ] the outfield, of course, they had manny "moobs" o'neal. [ laughter and applause ] catcher was ned "baby nose" zambrowski. [ laughter and applause ] and finally, shortstop, you had gilly "pendulous testicle" gormon. gilly gorman. >> steve: hey-oh! >> jimmy: the famous gilly gormon. >> steve: gilly gormon. he could catch a foul ball. >> jimmy: he certainly did. [ laughter ] [ rim shot ] some election news here.
campaigning through the home stretch, still trying to win people over. in fact, yesterday, she did an interview with a hip-hop radio station, and she said she loves to dance any chance she gets. and the dj was like, well, that's all the time we have. thank you very much. that's enough. that's more than enough. thank you very much. meanwhile, i read that hillary's campaign just sent out save the date invitations for her election night celebration here in new york city. [ cheers and applause ] bill asked if he could bring a a plus one. [ laughter ] you know, it's common courtesy. what does that mean? i saw that donald trump's star on the hollywood walk of fame was destroyed by someone using a pick ax and a sledge hammer. [ cheers and applause ] luckily, trump's hand prints in front of the chinese theater have not been touched. we have a picture. there's his handprints. they're fine. [ laughter ]
this is very interesting. i did not know this. i read that trump's first television appearance -- anyone know? it was on "the jeffersons" back in 1981. yeah. you might remember it was the episode where the jeffersons' application for a deluxe apartment in the sky was denied. do you remember that? [ cheers and applause ] "you're moving on down. in my apartments, fish don't fry in the kitchen. [ laughter ] grill. it took a whole lot of trying just to get up that hill. now i'm up in the big leagues with a small loan from my dad of a million dollars. in the big leagues." >> steve: bigly. big leagues. >> jimmy: bigly. guys, finally, this is very exciting. i heard that kevin hart is in talks to play santa claus in
get a little awkward when he tells an elf what to do and they're like, really? [ laughter ] really? we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ?? ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's been a great week so far. thank you guys so much for being here and for watching at home. we loved it. we just had justin timberlake on last night, and it was very fun. [ cheers and applause ] don't worry. tonight is even better. >> steve: what? >> jimmy: yeah. two of the funniest human beings. >> steve: in the world. >> jimmy: in the world. i was going to say that, yeah. they're touring together. you can go see them on tour together, oh my gosh.
martin short and steve martin are here. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] come on! come on! >> jimmy: i can't say enough. >> steve: royalty. royalty. >> jimmy: we're going to hear all about the show. then the three of us are going to play a tense game of "true confessions." i want to hear some of the stories they got, yeah. also, she's getting a ton of oscar buzz and golden globe buzz for her role in the new stopping by. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah. did you hear the buzz there? that's right. yeah. also, we have great, great music, oh, we love when he's here. common is here tonight, you guys. >> steve: what a show! [ cheers and applause ] yes! >> jimmy: as i mentioned earlier, martin short and steve martin, again, are here tonight. and it's so great catching up with those guys.
backstage before the show. take a look at this. >> hey, jimmy. >> jimmy: hey, marty, what you up to this weekend? >> oh it's fun. i'm going to take my plane down to west palm beach. oh! ?? >> jimmy: hey, marty, what are you -- ?? >> oh. ?? ?? >> hold the elevator. ?? [ laughter ] ?? ?? ?? >> hot dogs.
>> hey, you and me. >> jimmy: wait a minute. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> see you later, marty. >> what about me? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love bumping into those guys. my thanks the steve martin and martin short. stick around. we'll be right back thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] ?? [ "on the road again," by willie nelson ] ? on the road again ? [ rear alert sounds ] [ music stops ] ? just can't wait to get on the road again ? [ front assist sounds ] [ music stops ] [ girl laughs ]
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well, we use twitter on our show every single week, so if you watch our show and you want to play along, we do this thing every wednesday where i will send out a hashtag, not necessarily on the show, but i'll do it from our twitter account. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. and i'll put out a hashtag just so you know how to play the game. and you'll see it, and it's based on different topics. we'll tweet out a topic, and since halloween is coming up next monday, i went on twitter and sent out a hashtag called #crappyhalloween. [ laughter ] we asked you guys to tweet out something funny, weird or embarrassing that happened to you on halloween a trending topic in the u.s. [ cheers and applause ] so thank you, thank you for those tweets. now i thought i'd share some of my favorite #crappyhalloween tweets from you guys. this first one's from @kristenrose124. she says, "last year my dad didn't dress up to hand out candy. one kid asked if he was dressed up as the guy from the viagra commercial." [ laughter ] >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: a kid -- a kid
it was jacob wisenheimer. this one's from @masonsnyder07. >> steve: oh, good. >> jimmy: he says, "my mom dressed me as a cow and made my udders out of hot dogs. dogs kept running up and trying to bit my stomach." oh, come on. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: a crappy halloween. >> steve: you don't want a dog biting your weiner. >> jimmy: come on, man. >> steve: nothing is worse than that. >> jimmy: this one's from @kingedhill. he says, "i took my mom to a a haunted house one year. she kept pointint ikea." [ laughter ] mom, you're ruining the whole -- >> steve: that's a sven. >> jimmy: that's a flugenhugen. [ laughter ] this one's from @bones1106. >> steve: ooh, scary. >> jimmy: she says, "one year i was flava flav and an old woman asked me if i was father time." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: you're from the viagra ad! >> jimmy: this one's from @bamabaker. she says, "one year my mom
to avoid embarrassment, my brother and i gave away our own candy." >> steve: yeah! >> jimmy: don't egg our house. this is @themarioexpress. he says, "when i was very little instead of going out trick or treating, my mom would just stand behind a door, i would knock, and she would give me candy." [ audience aws ] that's sad. >> steve: or cute. >> jimmy: that's a little overprotective, there. >> steve: he was 14. >> jimmy: this is from @kayrose. out candy, my dad gives each kid a pamphlet on why they need a flu shot." [ audience aws ] talk about getting picked on in school. >> steve: oh my gosh. >> jimmy: tell your dad i took his advice. i haven't been sick. oh, i'm the one that threw that brick threw his window. this last one's from @danfrancisco312. he says, "as a prank, my wife hid a toy rat under the duvet and i screamed. i hid the rat in the same place the next night and forgot. i screamed again."
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?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guests tonight -- you wouldn't believe who's on the show. [ light laughter ] they are two of the funniest, most supremely talented people that we know. in 2017, they're going to kick off a 50-city tour for their stage show called "an evening you'll forget for the rest of your life" -- [ light laughter ] featuring the steep canyon rangers and jeff babko, beginning february 10th in sarasota, florida. write these things down. [ cheers and applause ]
at 8:00 p.m. on nbc. that's going to be great. and steve martin is in the new ang lee film, "billy lynn's long halftime walk," which opens november 11th. please welcome our good friends, the always entertaining, martin short and steve martin! [ cheers and applause ] ?? ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! not bad, yeah. oh! >> thank you. >> you know what? >> jimmy: how exciting! >> honestly, we have not done
it was completely spontaneous. [ light laughter ] i started singing and i realized i forgot the name of the flower. >> jimmy: buttercup. >> buttercups. >> that is a beautiful thing that just happened. how are you, jimmy? >> jimmy: i'm fantastic. thank you for both being here. and i appreciate it. >> yeah, it's great to talk to you. [ light laughter ] >> you know what's interesting about show business -- [ laughter ] hey! hey you look -- you are so -- you have a whole eric trump aura tonight. [ laughter ] and it's not -- >> jimmy: is that right? >> and it's not botox, i know. is it -- is it sheep placenta injections? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: absolutely. it's amazing. >> you look so young, it seems like brad and angelina should be fighting for custody over you. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, well that's nice. that is so nice of you. thank you for complimenting me. >> steve, by the way, was looking at the monitor. and you said you didn't think he looked good. >> no, i did not say that. >> you did. [ light laughter ] >> no, i said he had childbearing hips. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i've heard that, by the way. >> well that's true.
>> this is so exciting. the three of us -- the three of us haven't been together since we robbed kim kardashian. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter and applause ] too soon? >> no, it's not too soon. >> jimmy: a little too soon. >> is that too soon? >> jimmy: a little bit. >> i was just so excited when you called me to see if we wanted to do the show. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i remember exactly what i said. i said, "jimmy, i am way too high to deal with this right now." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i do remember you saying that. >> by the way, before you get to your prepared text, let me ask you -- [ laughter ] i want to get into first. >> uh-huh, sure. >> jimmy: one is that it has been 30 years since you guys first met on "three amigos." >> that's right. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that is where you met? >> we did. [ cheers and applause ] we had never met. >> all those years that you did "sctv" and i was doing "snl" but we had never met before. >> we had never met. and then there were -- were wondering if i was interested in "three amigos", which of course i was, it was my first movie.
i went to his old house on bedford drive. >> yeah. >> and i remember i walked in, and it was like so beautiful. and there were picassos on the wall and hoppers and i said to him, "how did you get that rich?" because i've seen your work. [ laughter ] and then i was struck with how pale he was in person. [ light laughter ] >> i'm not pale. >> no, it was like i was being haunted. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you think he's pale? >> no, steve, you're whiter than a trump rally. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> i don't think i'm pale. i remember the first time i felt marty was funny and i kind of worried about him. i was on the -- it was the first day of shooting on the "three amigos" and i was walking to the set. you know, the full outfit. and from behind me, i heard katharine hepburn say, "where's
you do it better. do what you did. [ katharine hepburn voice ] >> where the hell -- i wish i had my bicycle, we could go and pick blueberries. it's such a beautiful day. [ laughter ] >> and i walked by -- i turned and i thought, "oh, i got three months to go with this guy." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: and you just hit it off from day one. >> it was great. it really was. it was perfect. >> jimmy: did you compliment each other? do you like his comedy skills? do you see him as a -- >> yeah, you said you had seen "the jerk" 500 times >> oh, i i've seen "the jerk" 500 times at least. and every time i see it, i say the same thing. i always say, "steve, we could watch something else, you know." [ laughter ] >> but you know what i love -- sorry. i didn't mean to interrupt you. ask your question and then i'll ignore it. go ahead. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how are you? when did you first meet? no, this is -- >> that's great. i love that question. by the way, great question. >> jimmy: thank you. it just came from the top of my head. >> when i'm on the road with marty, there's something i like to do.
desperate, it's october and the first show's in february. we're promoting it already. we're that scared. [ light laughter ] and i -- during the day in these towns, these wonderful towns. i like to go to the art museum, because i know that's the one place that i won't run into marty. >> jimmy: oh, that's perfect. [ laughter ] that is so nice. >> it is -- it is -- i mean, we're very close friends. we've been -- i'm very, very close. we're closer than putin and trump. we are really very close. [ laughter ] we're like donny and marie without the sexual tension. [ laughter ] we're like ellen degeneres and a vest. you know what i mean? we're close. >> jimmy: very close. yes, sure. of course. >> and for me, it's fun to be on stage >> ellen degeneres and a vest. >> jimmy: and a vest, yeah. >> for me, it's fun to be on stage with a potential organ donor. it makes you feel safe. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: the title is "an evening you'll forget for the rest of your life." >> yes. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i just love that. is that the first one you guys though of? >> no, no. we had many options for titles. the producer wanted to call it
>> i wanted to call it "stroke us lady fame." yeah. >> i had one. "see them before they're dead." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's good. that's charming. >> and the one i liked, but was too long for the marquee was, "you got it in there, now get it out." [ laughter ] it didn't seem right. >> it didn't seem right. what does that mean? >> i don't know what it means. i don't know what it means. [ applause ] >> jimmy: just seems a little long. >> it just seems long. >> jimmy: a little long. [ laughter ] there's things we've got to that's gigantic. i want to go see you guys. and it's you guys talking -- >> when? >> jimmy: i can't make it that night. [ light laughter ] i'm so sorry. but any other night but that. >> oh, my god. >> jimmy: yes. there's music, there's comedy, there's banter, there's clips. >> so it's like a breakthrough show. >> jimmy: it really is. >> it is as loose as i've ever felt on stage. i think that we had so much -- >> we can fix that with medicine. [ laughter ]
>> hey, if i say something funny, why do you look at me amazed? [ laughter ] >> it really -- it's shock. it's shock. no, but i -- it's as much fun as you can have, and we're just having the best time. >> jimmy: how do you compare it to doing "hairspray"? you're about to do "hairspray live!" december 7th on nbc. >> i know. >> wow. [ harvey firestein voice ] >> and i'm working with harvey fierstein. i play harvey's husband. >> let's hear your harvey. >> jimmy: i've been doing it. [ laughter ] >> oh, you have? >> jimmy: i apologize. that's as good as it gets. >> you can't get lower. you gotta get lower. >> jimmy: i can't get much lower than that. that's probably as low as it gets. >> it's low-end jiminy glick. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it really is. >> i'm gonna take a break. [ laughter ] >> let's hear some of your people. >> i don't do impressions. [ harvey fierstein voice ] i can't do harvey. >> jimmy: that's not bad. >> no kidding. >> jimmy: that's not bad. [ cheers and applause ] you guys, we've gotten to know
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?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. i'm here with martin short and steve martin. we're going to kick off the 50-city tour of their show called "an evening you will forget for the rest of your life" on february 10 in sarasota, florida. right here, right now, we're going to play a game called "true confessions." [ cheers and applause ] ?? >> jimmy: now, here's how the game works. in front of us are two envelopes containing -- or envelopes containing confessions. one of the envelopes or envelopes --
[ laughter ] >> we just found out it is the envelope. >> jimmy: these are things that actually happened to us in real life, and the other is in the envelope, it's a lie. so there's a lie and a truth. once you read the confession, either way it's the same, the two other players have 60 seconds to interrogate you and they each have to guess whether you've been lying or telling the truth. steve, you go first. martin, which envelope should steve open? >> let me shuffle them first. >> well, since they're numbered. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they are numbered, yeah. >> i would say top. >> which one? this one. >> that one. >> okay. >> jimmy: the one he wanted. >> all right. >> i slept with brigitte bardot. >> jimmy: around what time did this happen? >> this would have been 1968. >> where was this about?
brothers show," i was 23, and we won an emmy. what are you looking at me for? >> i just remembered that famous brigitte bardot appearance in the smothers brothers. >> no, she wasn't on the smothers. >> jimmy: okay, go ahead. >> and we won an emmy. [ talking over each other ] [ laughter ] >> she's on steve martin. >> so, three writers and i went down to cabo san lucas, at a a hotel. and -- what are you looking at me for? i don' >> i know. but no. after a 50-city tour you wouldn't have told me this. go head. >> i got to move it along. i was walking down the beach and there was an empty part of the beach and there was one of those gnarly trees. and there was a woman lying there and i -- [ laughter ] >> i don't know. >> i didn't realize you were going to make fun of me. >> jimmy: no, it's not a roast.
i'm going to say that's a lie. >> jimmy: i think it's a lie as well. steve? >> well, i did. how's that? no, i didn't. no, i didn't. i didn't. but i didn't want to lose. >> jimmy: there are no losers. >> there are three of them. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. my turn. which envelope should i open, one or two? you go. >> okay. number two. >> jimmy: okay. i once got into an argument with regis philbin on the way to see "cats." [ laughter ] >> well, can you spare me the details? [ laughter ] >> explain this to me. >> jimmy: i was walking down the street. i didn't know regis philbin, i was in high school, and we went to go see "cats" it was a new york city trip and i happened
yelled something about, where's kathie lee or something and he said like, you never hear where's regis. i suddenly look down and i go, "well where's regis?" and he goes, "who are you?" and i go, "who are you?" and we yelled back and forth and that was the big deal and then i turned around and i was embarrassed but it was kind of cool i got into a screaming match with regis philbin. >> was brigitte bardot on the street? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there was a gnarly tree. >> i'm going to say that is a a true story. >> time's up. >> no, no, because you added the fact that it was, indeed, i think it's true. >> jimmy: that in fact, is a a lie. i did not. [ cheers and applause ] no, no, no, no one looses. stop, stop, stop. no one leave. >> we're going. we're leaving. >> jimmy: there's no losers. there's no losers. >> all right. all right. all right. >> jimmy: it's just a -- >> you're nothing but a liar. >> jimmy: no, it's a fun game. it's a fun game. >> you lie.
you don't care about me. >> by the way, thank you for telling us it's a fun game. [ laughter ] that fills in a lot of blanks for me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, it's fun for one of us. >> you go first. >> jimmy: okay, here we go, i think number one. we haven't chosen that one yet. >> and the winner is -- oh. when i was in college, to pick up girls, i would sometimes pretend to be an exchange student from london. [ laughter ] >> how does that pick up girls? >> hello, you're a pretty bloke, aren't you. [ laughter ] >> a bloke? whoa. >> breaking news. breaking news. >> let me tell you. i'd say, "hello, i'm from london and i'm a bloke from london and i was wondering if
>> wouldn't an upper class accent be better if you're trying to pick up girls? >> sometimes i -- >> it's so nice to see you today. i do my cary grant or sometimes i'd -- hello, "you look lovely." >> did anyone ever believe you? >> yes. they'd say, "oh my god, isn't his accent cute?" >> and would they sleep with you? >> no. >> i think it's true. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we have more questions to ask. >> doesn't that verify it? >> jimmy: no. no. he tried -- th or lie, is to pick up girls, he used an accent. >> yes, i'd say hello. hello. and sometimes i'd do french. no, i would do english. >> jimmy: i think -- i think it's true because i think everyone -- the beatles were really cool and all the rocks and mick jagger. >> and there's one other thing. >> i was interrupting. >> and then i would -- then i'd tell them i wasn't doing an english accent and they would laugh because i was a bit player. >> i have a problem here, because i've already lost.
if i agree with him and i'm wrong -- and it's wrong, that means you have won. but if i say i think it's false, then you'll only have half a win. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and is that a win for you? >> this is like a math thing that i've worked out. >> half a win for him, a full win for you. >> just being with him i'm losing. i'm going to say that sounds true to me. >> that is completely true. ?? >> jimmy: you're a match made in heaven. martin short, steve martin, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] go and see them on tour. more "tonight show" after the break. stick around, everybody. we'll be right back. ?? [ cheers and applause ]
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theaters on november 4th. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome ruth negga. [ cheers and applause ] ?? >> how are you. >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. >> thank you, so do you. >> jimmy: thank you so much. are you -- is it an english accent? or >> um -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: martin short -- yeah, i know. >> it's british. british. >> jimmy: he's the best. his english accent, yeah. >> yeah, it's not the worst english accent i've heard. no, it's irish, bit of english, yeah, via africa, via ethiopia, where i was born. >> jimmy: wow. >> so it's peculiar to me. >> jimmy: how exciting. no, peculiar to me? no, i love it. i love it. it is kind of an irish thing. [ light laughter ] it's been changing, it's very good. absolutely, yeah. so how much time did you spend in ireland?
>> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah, yeah. i had a very peripatetic childhood. i bounced around between england and ireland for many years. >> jimmy: oh, you did? oh, yeah. were you religious at all? >> i was raised catholic, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, absolutely. were you an altar girl? >> i was. >> jimmy: because i was an altar boy. >> i know. [ laughter ] i heard that. i've heard the rumor that you were. >> jimmy: it's not a rumor. it's true, man. it's a true confession, i was really into it. >> you were? >> jimmy: oh, i was fantastic. i was, like -- i used to ring the bells. >> yeah, i wasn't great. i did -- did you know when to >> jimmy: of course. >> i -- i -- >> jimmy: what do you mean did i know? yeah, you have to. that's the -- >> i did wing it. >> jimmy: how do you improvise when to ring the bell? >> i don't know. i don't know. maybe that's why -- i kind of just had to hope instinctively i would remember. that's why i didn't -- like people were, "oh, do you remember the mass?" and i was like, "no." because i was just worried the entire mass about the bells. lll i didn't bother learning. i was a terrible -- i was terrible. i was terrible. >> jimmy: i loved it, man. i thought it was so fun and i
i thought that was my calling. >> yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i really did. >> i think that if you -- there is that moment, i think, in every catholic child's life where you go, maybe, maybe that's -- yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. i really thought that was it. it was great. i mean, i used to -- i think it was kind of -- i forget who we had on the show. but they said, that might have been your first stage experience. >> but it is, isn't it? because you're on a -- it's actually an altar. >> jimmy: altar, yeah. it's not a stage at all. but, no, your mom is in the pew in front of you going, like, she really was. >> that answer as lot of questions. >> jimmy: oh, really? yeah. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: that my mom -- yeah. >> no, for, like, why a a performer. yeah, yeah. got it. >> jimmy: oh, i got the bug. i loved it. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and i used to do weddings. i love the smell of incense. >> do weddings? >> jimmy: yeah, i was the altar boy at people's -- they tried to get me. they tried to book me.
i've seen your bell work." [ laughter ] >> i'm not surprised. >> jimmy: i was -- but this was >> jimmy: i love that you're into that. but thank goodness you got into acting and congrats on everything. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: man, you're getting good buzz for this film, "loving." and joel edge -- >> edgerton. >> jimmy: edgerton, who's been on the show before. it's phenomenal, both you guys together. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: people are talking about it. but man, what a tough role. i have such respect for actors, because not only 'cause i can't but it's tough. you've got to do those scenes and i couldn't imagine doing them twice, you know, for different takes. >> it's such a privilege to t and such a privilege working with joel. and jeff nichols, our lovely director. it's just -- it's a beautiful film. i really urge people to see it and discover this couple, because they're an extraordinary couple. they changed the constitution of the united states of america. they invalidated these peculiar laws that prevented people of different races from marrying, and different colors marrying. >> jimmy: it's fantastic. i want to show everyone a clip. here's ruth negga in "loving."
court next, right? >> yes. >> you nervous? >> i suppose. the lawyers told us not to expect much. >> you think you'll lose? >> well, yeah. but i think it's all right. we may lose the small battles, but win the big war. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: ruth negga, everybody. on the cover of "the hollywood reporter" right here. "loving" opens in select theaters november 4th. congrats on everything. congrats on all the buzz, you're phenomenal. common performs for us next. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ]
jim dunlap: too many nevada police officers have been killed in the last few years. the truth
is, we make it too easy for criminals and the dangerously mentally ill to buy guns. they get them at gun shows or online from strangers, no questions asked. so here's something we can do to honor the fallen: close the background check loophole. that will help prevent future cop killings. lice officers have been shot and killed in the line of duty. background checks save lives.
and the roots, give it up for common. [ cheers and applause ] ?? ? here we go here here we go again trayvon will never get to be a older man ? ? black children they childhood stole from them robbed of our names and our language ? ? stole again who stole the soul from black folk ? ? same man that stole the land from chief black smoke ? ? and made the whip crackle on our back slow ? ? made us go through the back door and raffle black bodies on the slave blocks ? ? now we slave to the blocks on em we spray
? black mothers stomach stay in a knot we kill each other it's part of the plot ? ? i wish the hating would stop? ? war war war war ? ? and a battle with us i know that black lives matter and they matter to us ? ? these are the things we gotta discuss the new plantation mass incarceration ? ? instead of educate they rather convict the kids as dirty as the water in flint the system is ? ? is it a felony or a misdemeanor maria sharapova making more than serena ? ? it took viola davis to say this the roles are the help and the gangsters ? ? is really all they gave us we need ava's ta-nehisi's and corey booker's ? and greasy foods i don't believe the news ? ? or radio stereotypes we refuse brainwash in the cycle to spin ? ? we write our own stories black america again ? ? we are rewriting the black american story we are rewriting the black american story ? ? we are rewriting the black american story
? hot damn black america again ? ? think of sandra bland as i'm staring in the wind the color of my skin they comparing it to sin ? ? the darker it gets the less fairer it has been the hate the hate made i inherited from them ? ? but i aint gonna point the finger we got anointed singers like nina ? ? marvin billy stevie ? ? need to hear them songs sometimes to believe me who freed me ? ? lincoln or cadillac drinking or battle raps or is it god speed that we travel at ? ? endangered in our own habitats them guns and dope man y'all can have it back ? ? as a matter fact we them lab rats you built the projects for ? ? now you want your hood back i guess if you could rap you would express it too ? ? that ptsd we need professionals you know what pressure do ? ? it makes the pipes bust from schools to prisons y'all they trying to pipe us ? ? did your political parties invite us instead of making voting laws to spite us ? ? you know you know we from a family of fighters fought in ? ? your wars and our wars you put a brother in star wars maybe you need two ?
then we'll receive you see black people in the future ? ? we wasn't shipped here to rob and shoot ya we hold these truths to be self evident ? ? all men and women are created equal including black americans ? ? america's story we are rewriting the black american story yeah yeah ? ? we are rewriting the black american story yeah ? ? we are rewriting the black american story yeah yeah ? ? oh no no no no yeah ?
>> jimmy: no one does it like that, man. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: common, everybody! bj the chicago kid. "black america again" is out november 4th. my thanks to martin short and common once again! [ cheers and applause ] bj the chicago kid and the roots. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. thank you guys. ??
[ cheers and applause ] ?? >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- joel edgerton -- star of "westworld," actress evan rachel wood -- host and author ina garten. featuring the 8g band with allison miller. ?? [ cheers and applause ] ladies and genemen, seth meyers. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] so lovely to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. first lady michelle obama campaigned with hillary clinton today. hillary, are you sure that's a good idea? that's like simon trying to get garfunkle elected because when